This review will be very easy. If you want to continue lying to yourself that you are a heartless, grown-up bastard who can't relive the joys of your childhood, then "Drake and Josh Go Hollywood" isn't for you. If you are ready to admit to yourself that you are a bighearted sweetie pie who loves the joys of your childhood, you still should not see "Drake and Josh Go Hollywood." Try "The Spongebob Squarepants Movie."
Why? Because "Drake and Josh Go Hollywood" is a huge, stinking pile of manure, from opening shot to closing shot, with zero redeeming features besides that it is laughably bad and that Miranda Cosgrove reminds you she was no less annoying in her prepubescent phase. Also, if the plot of the movie can be predicted within the first ten minutes, it probably needs another rewrite, or, in the case of "Drake and Josh," seven rewrites. Question: is Josh's G-O music player/iPod ripoff a real attempt to capitalize on Apple's early '00s success or a made-up thing because Nickelodeon couldn't get iPod licensing rights? Either way, it's sad.